Beloved British rock band THE STRUTS amplify their new anthemic rocker “Fallin’ With Me” with an accompanying music video, out today. Directed by Bryson Roatch, the band’s frontman Luke Spiller’s captivating presence is even more apparent, allowing the track to enter an edgy and electric territory. The “Fallin’ With Me” music video provides fans with a much-needed shot of personality and attitude that is right on brand, opening the door to a different take on rock.
Inspired by L.A.’s legendary Sunset Strip, “this fresh new earworm is here to occupy space in your brain while keeping your toes tapping” (Loudwire). “Fallin’ With Me” was produced by Jayson DeZuzio (Imagine Dragons) and written by Spiller with The Struts guitarist Adam Slack, Joshua Karp, Jesse Thomas, and DeZuzio.
Formed in Derby, England, in 2012, The Struts have earned a reputation as a must-see live band. They’ve opened for the Rolling Stones and Foo Fighters, played festivals like Lollapalooza and Governors Ball, and headlined their own globe-spanning tours, mesmerizing fans with their onstage swagger and musicianship and Spiller’s unbridled energy. In 2020, the group released the album Strange Days, featuring collabs with Robbie Williams, Tom Morello, and Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott and Phil Collen. The Struts, with 300 million U.S. artist streams, recently returned from yet another triumphant U.K. tour where they debuted “Fallin’ With Me” for sold-out audiences. For the latest information and more, visit TheStruts.com.